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Online Family Ski School

Teach Your Kids to Ski

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You can see it now: Fresh air. Blue skies. Skiing down the mountain with your kid. Everyone smiling, laughing and having a good time.

You get off the chairlift with your child. Together you ski down the mountain and feel the thrill of sliding fast down a snowy hill. The picture in your mind is a perfect winter day outdoors.

So why do you keep hearing things like this:

"But Moooom! It's too cold."

"Can we go back inside?"

"This is too hard! I'll never be able to ski!"


 

Teaching kids to ski isn't easy, but the Online Family Ski School is here to help.

Are you a parent who wants to teach your children to ski? A parent who isn’t quite sure where to start?

We’re parents, too. We are three ski moms with 35 years combined experience skiing with our children. We know the learn-to-ski process can be daunting, so we’re here to help.

Whether you aim to teach your children to ski yourself, you’re looking for a way to help your child’s skiing skills progress or you’re in search of common sense information to make every ski day easier and more fun, the Online Family Ski School can help.

In the course of nine video lessons, you’ll learn about clothing and equipment, how to get on and off all sorts of lifts, and the skills necessary to help your child progress from a “never ever” skier to a little ripper.

Designed to be used on it’s own, or in combination with professional ski lessons, the Online Family Ski School is your one-stop source for inspiration, information and a lifetime of family skiing fun.


 

That picture perfect family ski experience does exist, but you can't get there by doing what you've always done.

Imagine

  • Having fun and staying safe while sliding down a snowy hillside.
  • Spending quality family time together on the chairlift.
  • Creating unforgettable winter memories with your kids.
 

The Online Family Ski School helps you teach your kids to ski.

Learn

  • How to teach your kids to support their own body weight, control their speed and stop on skis. No more wet noodle kids!
  • Games to play to introduce ski concepts and support skills learned in lessons.
  • What to wear to stop all those complaints about cold fingers and toes.
  • How to teach your child to turn and stop on skis to safely get down the mountain together.
 

Designed by parents, for parents.

Online Family Ski School is an online course designed to help you teach your kids to ski. Content includes:

  1. Answering frequently asked questions
  2. What to wear for a successful ski day
  3. Equipment
  4. Teaching tips for both on and off the snow
  5. How to assess the right time, right place, and right weather for teaching your child to ski
  6. Body position
  7. How to safely load and unload a magic carpet, tow rope and chairlift with kids
  8. Teaching the wedge, how to stop and control speed while skiing
  9. Teaching how to turn on skis
 

Raise life-long skiers.

"I feel like the Online Family Ski School gave me lots of little tips that made the whole process of teaching my boys to ski easier and more positive. I don't think I would have thought of playing "red light, green light" on my own, but it is one of the boys' favorites and it teaches a skill while having fun and playing a game."

- Sarah S, mom of 6, 4 and 2 year old boys

Your Instructor


Alyssa Erickson, Kristen Lummis, Susan Strayer
Alyssa Erickson, Kristen Lummis, Susan Strayer

Alyssa Erickson, Kristen Lummis and Susan Strayer know what it's like to ski with kids. With decades of combined ski experience, these ladies know how to help you teach your child to ski.


Alyssa Erickson authors the blog kidproject.org. She's based in Utah where she skis with her husband, three kids and their dog. She's been skiing since the age of two, spent years as a ski racer and ski coach.


Kristen Lummis is the brave ski mom over at Braveskimom.com. Her passion for skiing has taken her all over the world. Kristen and her husband live in Colorado, where they taught their boys to ski at age three. Although both sons are now in college, they still make time to ski as a family.


Susan Strayer writes at MountainMomandTots.com. She has a degree in Marriage, Family and Human Development, lives full time at Sundance Mountain Resort and has experience as a professional snowboard instructor.


Online Family Ski School Instructors

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If the techniques we teach aren't working for you and your kids just send us a video of your ski teaching attempts. Tell us why it didn't work and we will happily give you a full refund within 30 days.
I've heard you should never teach your own kids to ski. Is that true?
For some families that may be true, but as parents you'll spend more hours skiing with your child than any instructor ever could. The skills, tips and games in this course can help you build on the ski knowledge your 3-10 year old already has from lessons, or it can introduce those ski skills for the first time. We designed Online Family Ski School to be used independently or in conjunction with professional on snow ski lessons cause we know each family is different and will need different resources when teaching their child to ski.

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